Conferences, lectures, presentations
September, 2017. Polish Psychologists’ Association (PPA) Open Day event in London. I was invited by PPA to deliver a workshop devoted to communication in English. The workshop was aimed at Polish migrant community in London and covered the topics of links between self-esteem and the language, language anxiety, stereotyping and prejudice, and the role of English as a global lingua franca.
June, 2017. “I can express myself, but not my Self” – Unheard Voices, Unseen Communities: Perspectives on Polish Ethnicity in Scotland. I was invited by Dr David Worthington to give a talk at this one-day workshop at University of Highlands and Islands.
March, 2016, 2017. English and identity. A lecture delivered to MSc TESOL students in the Global Englishes for Language Teaching option course at The University of Edinburgh.
January, 2016. Managing supervision: the PhD students’ perspective. PhD Induction Day, The University of Edinburgh.
September, 2015. Investigating the English Language Identity of Polish migrants in Scotland: the case for ELF-oriented pedagogy. Moray House Interweaving Conference, The University of Edinburgh.
July, 2015. Investigating the English Language Identity of Polish migrants in Scotland: initial findings. Cutting Edges Research Conference, Canterbury Christ Church University, Canterbury.
June, 2015. Managing dissertation writing and research time. ETAL Dissertation Training Day, The University of Edinburgh.
February, 2015. Analysing qualitative data with NVivo 10. I designed and delivered a workshop for MSc TESOL students at The University of Edinburgh, which was devoted to analysing qualitative data with NVivo 10.
September, 2014. Two studies of non-native English speaker identity in light of English as a Lingua Franca. 7th International Conference of English as a Lingua Franca, Athens, the American College of Greece.